The Public Relations Officer of the Ghana Football Association, Ibrahim Sannie-Daara says they would have been in jail if his outfit is corrupt.
The country's football governing body has been labelled with allegations of corruption in the public but has not been found guilty by any competent court.
The former BBC worker who was speaking to Angel TV in an interview urged Ghanaians to be factual in their charges against the FA since they have not been found wanting in such allegations.
"If we were corrupt, we would have all been jailed by now. We have allowed people to wrongly inform the public and we have ourselves to blame. If we had dealt with journalists who tag us as corrupt all this while, they would have learnt their lessons," he said.
He further hinted that the FA President and the FA have tabled some other journalists to face defamatory charges citing Patrick Osei Agyemang 'Songo' who is already facing defamatory charges as an example.
"Let me add that once we finish with Songo, we have some other journalists to deal with Abatey, Sadick Adams Obama, Abraham Boakye (One Man Supporter) and Atinka FM are next," he added.